Eco Truly Lodge | Hostel

Peru

Details

Verified:
about 4 years ago
Altitude:
28.4 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Slow
Kitchen:
Unknown
Parking:
Yes
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Cold
Water:
Unknown
Toilets:
Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Unknown

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Description

Eco truly logde actually advised us to park inside their property since they said it wasn't safe at night. They asked 15 soles p.p. It is a beautiful place, apperently very busy in the weekends but quiet when we were there. In the morning there was a Free yoga class taught by volunteers. There are showers, toilets, a restaurant, little shop, organic vegetable Gardens, Peacocks, dogs, a cow, a childrens playground, and many different cabanas and buildings on site. For us a good overnight stop before heading into Lima.

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It was good for one night. Safe and quiet. We negotiated 20 soles/person. Dinner was 10 soles/person. Dinner was ok-ish and it was served cold. The rules of the house are: you can’t smoke, drink alcohol or cook meat in order to maintain the good energy flow of the eco lodge. Showers cold, dry toilets.
People administrating the eco lodge were nice and inviting to give us a tour of the place and to meditation.
Yoga class: 45 soles/person for one person; 30soles/person for groups. I took the single class and unfortunately the yoga teacher had to go after 20 minutes we started the session, so was a bit unprofessional. However they didn’t charge me for the 20 minutes warm up.
Safe place for one night and interesting community.

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It,s a bit expensive. They ask me 60 soles. If we want take Yoga class you must pay 25 soles more for person. The place is beatiful. And they have a increible building.

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We arrived late in the afternoon and asked for a parking place to stay the night. They asked 60 soles for 2 persons and an RV. Touristprices are changing rapidly along the coast. We left and found a quiet, safe and free spot at a Repsol fuelstation.

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Very well maintained and beautiful place, it's a Hare Krishna retreat but open for many visitors and volunteers. We paid 30 Soles pp because of easter holydays, otherwise 20. We had to camp on the inside parking, not perfect for cooking and everything but ok for one night. In the morning we were asked to show our ticket again, very unfriendly (we had to search in our trash), because he forgot that we paid him already...

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We paid 25s for one car and two people. The have a indien philosophy and some rules on the property.no alcohol, cigarettes or cooking meat in your car.the entrance gate has no high restriction but behind is a tree.3meters scratches all ready.wifi just from 3pm to 9pm

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Eco truly logde actually advised us to park inside their property since they said it wasn't safe at night. They asked 15 soles p.p. It is a beautiful place, apperently very busy in the weekends but quiet when we were there. In the morning there was a Free yoga class taught by volunteers. There are showers, toilets, a restaurant, little shop, organic vegetable Gardens, Peacocks, dogs, a cow, a childrens playground, and many different cabanas and buildings on site. For us a good overnight stop before heading into Lima.

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